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C# Convert.ToInt32(int) Method - Convert int value to int

C# Convert.ToInt32(int) Method: Here, we are going to learn how to convert an int value to an integer value in C#?
Submitted by IncludeHelp, on February 12, 2019

C# Convert.ToInt32(int) Method

Convert.ToInt32(int) Method is used to convert a specific int (signed integer) value to its equivalent integer (int 32 signed number). Note that, int is an alias of Int32, so there is no conversion is performed. Both int and Int32 are the same.


    int Convert.ToInt32(int value);

It accepts an int value/variable as an argument and returns its equivalent signed integer.


    int a = -2020;

    int a = 1278387;


using System;
using System.Text;

namespace Test
    class Program
        static void Main(string[] args)
            int a = 10;
            int b = -2020;
            int c = 1278387;
            Console.WriteLine("value of a: {0}, type of a: {1}", a, a.GetType());
            Console.WriteLine("value of b: {0}, type of b: {1}", b, b.GetType());
            Console.WriteLine("value of c: {0}, type of c: {1}", c, c.GetType());

            //converting to Int32 & printing values & types
            Console.WriteLine("value: {0}, type: {1}", Convert.ToInt32(a), Convert.ToInt32(a).GetType());
            Console.WriteLine("value: {0}, type: {1}", Convert.ToInt32(b), Convert.ToInt32(b).GetType());
            Console.WriteLine("value: {0}, type: {1}", Convert.ToInt32(c), Convert.ToInt32(c).GetType());

            //hit ENTER to exit


value of a: 10, type of a: System.Int32
value of b: -2020, type of b: System.Int32
value of c: 1278387, type of c: System.Int32
value: 10, type: System.Int32
value: -2020, type: System.Int32
value: 1278387, type: System.Int32

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